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HOUSTON – The National Safety Council honored six individuals with the Distinguished Service to Safety Award, the highest award given to safety professionals by the Council. Recipients were honored at the Opening Session of the NSC Congress and Expo in Houston – the largest annual gathering of safety and health professionals worldwide.
“Our DSSA winners bring several lifetimes of dedication and commitment to safety,” said NSC President and CEO Deborah A.P. Hersman. “Honoring their achievements we can set the bar for what’s possible, and inspire others to pursue our shared goal of eliminating preventable deaths.”
Honorees are nominated by their colleagues and reviewed by NSC Division Committees. The following individuals were selected:
More about the NSC awards programs can be found at nsc.org/awards.
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